The 10-K is an annual report done by a company that gives a detailed rundown of its performance. 10-K's typically include details such as:

  • Equity
  • Financial Statements
  • Company Structure
  • Executive Compensation
  • Earnings Per Share

A 10-K report is filed with the SEC and is compulsory for all publicly traded companies. It must be filed within 60 days of the end of the fiscal year. Any public company has a legal obligation to be provided with a copy of the 10-K, although most large companies make them freely available on their website.

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